SPECIAL EVENT

What: “The Messenger”, environmental documentary

When: May 5th at 6pm

Where: Ever’man’s Education Center located at 315 West Garden Street Pensacola.

THE MESSENGER is an artful investigation into the causes of songbird mass depletion and the compassionate people who are working to turn the tide.  The film takes views on a visually thrilling, emotional journey revealing how the issues facing birds also pose daunting implications for our planet and ourselves.

The Messenger unravels the mystery behind the demise of the world’s songbird population and leaves audiences with a profound appreciation for the billions of birds with whom we share our communities and planet.

“We are changing the environment faster than birds can cope with. We have to either stop what we’re doing and think about how to do it better, or pay the consequence of hearing total silence.” -Dr. Christy Morrissey

“Could we live without birds?  We don’t really know for sure… That’s one of the fundamental concerns when you play with nature, pull one piece out, and maybe that’s a pivotal piece, we just don’t know.” -Erin Bayne, Boreal biologist

Sponsored by Francis M. Weston Audubon Society and Ever’man Cooperative Grocery & Café.

EXPERIENCE

MAY ARTICLES

The farming community of Baker, Florida, lies on the eastern edge of the Blackwater River State Forest.  The children of Baker School have fished in BRSF’s lakes, canoed and tubed in its cold, clear streams.  Some have hiked or rode  horses on its many trails.  Others have hunted …more

ENJOY

FALLOUT, TAKE COVER!!!

NO!  A fallout of birds! What exactly is a “fallout”? A fallout of birds is a phenomenon that occurs when migrating birds encounter stressful flying conditions and land at the nearest place they can find for protection. Along the Gulf Coast this is the nearest land they encounter …more

CONSERVE

BEYOND BIRDSEED

Are you hoping to entice more birds to your yard?  Dr. Douglas Tallamy, head of the Department of Entomology at the University of Delaware, has written about a vital link between birds and native trees that may help.

Most birds raise their young on insects, mainly …more